2B,3B,SS,LF - LAA
David Fletcher went 1-for-4 with in the Angels 10-0 loss on Monday against the Astros.
Fletcher singled in the sixth inning, but was left stranded on second base. It was an overall quiet game for the Angels offense.
David Fletcher went 2-for-5 with two RBIs in Friday's loss to Oakland.
Fletcher has fallen back to earth over the last few months, with his batting average falling from .320 to .276. He doesn't hit for power, and really does not get on base at an efficient rate either. He is droppable in most formats, as he does not really offer much production for fantasy managers.
The Angels had virtually no offense for their fantasy relevant hitters. However, David Fletcher went 1-for-4 in Sunday's loss.
Fletcher is someone that on the surface seems like a rock solid fantasy hitter, but in reality he hits for some contact, is average to below average in OBP, and hits for no power. He is borderline droppable at this point in redraft leagues.
David Fletcher went 2-for-4 with an RBI in Wednesday’s loss to the Yankees.
Fletcher has been a contact machine in 2021. He has virtually no power to his game, so this caps his potential. However, his .291/.321/.358 line is nothing to scoff at.
David Fletcher went 2-for-6 with two RBIs on Tuesday.
Fletcher’s fantasy value is capped a bit by the non existent power trait. With that said, he is a great option for contact and runs scored. He is a formidable option the rest of the way.